David and Victoria Beckham share throwback photos to mark 20th wedding anniversary

'Look what we created,' former footballer writes on Instagram

Sabrina Barr
Thursday 04 July 2019 10:30
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David and Victoria Beckham have marked their 20th wedding anniversary by sharing a series of throwback pictures on Instagram.

On 4 July 1999, the celebrity couple married at Luttrellstown Castle in Ireland, two years after meeting at a charity football match.

Two decades later, the Beckhams have celebrated their anniversary by sharing a collection of photographs taken throughout their relationship on social media, ranging from snaps taken on their wedding day to fashion faux pas.

On Thursday, David's posted several pictures from their wedding, the 2014 Met Gala and of the couple with their four children.

"WOW 20 years, look what we created," the former professional footballer wrote in the caption. "Love you so much."

Victoria, meanwhile, shared a video compilation of throwback pictures on Instagram, writing in the caption: "20 years today. I love you so much xxxxx Kisses x @davidbeckham."

On his Instagram story, David also shared a card he and Victoria were given by their seven-year-old daughter, Harper, for their anniversary.

The card features cartoon versions of the couple and their children, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper.

The card given to David and Victoria Beckham by their daughter, Harper

"You are the best parents in the entire world," the card reads. "We love making memories with you."

Several Instagram users wished David and Victoria congratulations on their relationship milestone.

"This is amazing! Congratulations!!" wrote tennis player Caroline Wozniaki.

"Happy Anniversary both," wrote Rebekah Vardy, who is married to England footballer Jamie Vardy.

Victoria and David Beckham celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary

To see all of David and Victoria's best fashion moments throughout the years, click here.

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